A Florida sheriff's office has a friendly warning for the Weather Channel's Jim Cantore ahead of Hurricane Michael: stay away.
The Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office issued a fake "trespass warning" for the meteorologist, who has a knack for popping up in areas affected by severe weather.
"Everyone know[s] what's in store when Jim Cantore shows up. So we issued a little notice. lol," the sheriff's office posted on Facebook Monday. The warning included photos of Cantore along with a brief physical description and section with "special conditions" reading "non-business related visits only - winter months preferred."
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"This is not a real trespass. We like Jim, just not under these conditions," the warning concluded.
The sheriff's office is among many in the Florida Panhandle that's bracing for Michael, which remained a dangerous Category 2 hurricane Tuesday with maximum sustained winds of 110 mph. The powerful storm was expected to make landfall in the Panhandle or Big Bend on Wednesday.